As the calendar turns to February, many people who have committed to a dry month may be wondering what comes next. Here’s what you need to consider before making a decision.
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Saying goodbye to alcohol is a courageous first step, but true recovery is a lifelong journey. It’s not going to be a walk in the park but being aware of the struggles ahead can help you to be better prepared to face them.
As the end of the month approaches, it can be easy to slip back into old habits, but with a little extra motivation and planning, you can make it through the final week without a hitch.
Want to supercharge your sobriety journey? Prioritising a healthy diet is the secret weapon you’ve been missing
Feeling like January will never end? Christmas feels like a distant memory, and the month seems to be dragging on. Here are some ideas to help you power through the rest of January while staying sober.
The connection between spirituality, faith and recovery, and the benefits and the challenges that may arise. Plus – what this means to you if you’re an atheist.
Are you currently participating in Dry January and finding it a challenge to stay motivated? By understanding your triggers, you can increase your chances of success and make it through the month – and potentially even longer.
These films offer powerful and moving portrayals of the struggles and triumphs that come with overcoming addiction, and they offer valuable insights that can help anyone who is concerned about their drinking.
Say Goodbye to Sleep Troubles: Discover the Shocking Truth about Alcohol and How to Improve Your Sleep in Sobriety
Many people believe that alcohol aids in falling asleep, but it can actually have detrimental effects on the quality of sleep we get. This is a common misconception, as alcohol is a sedative that can cause drowsiness and make it easier to fall asleep.
The Importance of Forgiveness In Recovery – How I Stopped Allowing a Childhood Bully to Affect My Life
A reflection on the effects of bullying and the cycle of abuse, and how understanding a bully’s backstory helped me come to terms with my own abuse.